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  • Robin Jones

    77 cents aprons from Home Depot tied to a chair: independent book bags.

  • Wendy Foster

    77 cents aprons from Home Depot tied to a chair...independent book bags next year. obsessed! Attach it to an existing chair pocket for added pockets!

  • Wendy Rollins

    77 cents aprons from Home Depot tied to a chair for book storage.

  • Mardi Gras 1988

    77 cents aprons from Home Depot tied to a chair make great independent reading book bags

  • Julie Smith

    77 cents aprons from Home Depot tied to a chair...independent book bags Try it and see. May just have to buy seat sacks

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Love this!! I am so going to do this!!! Trash to Treasure Project- Recover your old desk chair!

Easy No Sew Chair Pockets made from pillow cases~ Love this free make-it-yourself idea! Handy place to keep a few favorite books within easy reach for each student. (An extra pillowcase is something many parents have and are happy to donate.)

  • Amy Watts-Rice

    I tried this and the pillow case pockets keep falling off my students' chairs. I bought standard size pillow cases. All my students have in them are a 3-ring binder and a dry erase board. Any advice on how to keep them from slipping off?

  • Anne Gardner, NBCT

    I'm not sure, sorry. I wonder if it might be worth putting a Velcro dot on the chair and pocket? Maybe it works better on some chairs than on others?

  • maria chi

    Great idea, thanks for sharing it!

Cover the feet of chairs with pieces of felt and rubber bands to keep the chairs from making noise and marking up the floor. Easier and cheaper than the tennis ball solution! Great idea!

Home Depot apron becomes chair organizer.- Keeps books from getting "lost" in their desk. Perfect for a art history course so students dont have to get up and get the book before each lesson

  • Joel Guerrero

    What a great idea! I was going to knit some for my student but this just made that a whole lot easier!

  • Whitney Baker

    My mother makes and sells something similar. She uses canvas and it covers the whole back of the chair. Some teachers here in GA use my Mom's creation because it lasts much longer.

I use stretchy book covers to hold whiteboards, a black sock (eraser), and a marker. Don't put too much in the pocket or it will stretch.

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